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Autogrow of file <file> in database <database> took <value> milliseconds. Consider using ALTER DATABASE to set a smaller FILEGROWTH for this file.
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As per Microsoft: "During the database autogrow operation, the worker thread that performs the autogrow operation may hold on to critical database resources, such as locks that the worker thread previously obtained when it processed the user query. Therefore, concurrency may be negatively affected while the autogrow operation is in progress. Because of this, you may notice blocking, application query time-outs, and other performance-related issues on the database.
When a database autogrow operation is long-running or canceled, SQL Server writes a warning message to the SQL Server error log that indicates the result of the autogrow operation". See ME822641 and the link to "Symantec Support Document ID: 307035" for more information on this issue.
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